The Imagination Festival, an event that will offer dance, theater, music and literature, will start on November 18th at the National Theatre.
According to the organizers of the event, the Festival will open a space so that independent artists and regular people can connect during 3 days when contemporary and avant-garde performances will be mixed.
As indicated by Fred Herrera, director of the National Theater, this activity represents a window to appreciate national creators’ thoughts and at the same time, it offers the public the best of the year in the cultural production of dance and independent theater.
The show will consist of works carried out by the Festival of Choreographers, the National Contest of Unpublished Dramaturgy and other festive elements such as urban, avant-garde and jazz music.
In addition, the official presentation of the winning book of the National Contest of Unpublished Dramatury, written by Bryan Vindas, will be held at the Festival.